We started off with dumpster diving, primarily from grocery shop dumpsters, but there is a lot more resources that can be had in urban neighborhoods. This post is all about spotting opportunities where you live, that you might normally just pass by unnoticed. There is no end to the treasures you can uncover if you […]
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Did you think foraging was just something rural dwellers with access to lots of forest were able to do? Think again! As more and more of us live in cities (by necessity or not), there are also more and more opportunities found in said city. You might be surprised to see what opportunities show themselves […]
We have another fabulous guest post for you this week! This one is by Bob Haegele who writes over at The Frugal Fellow, a truly amazing writer who is able to seamlessly merge the frugal, the sustainable, and the financial without kipping a beat. Check him out! Saving money is great, but you might think […]
This is a guest post by the fabulous Moriah Chace who writes over at Our Table 4 Two. Check out her site! And if you’re in need, she is a fantastic personal finance freelance writer. We have always tried to be a one car family. It’s better for the environment because it keeps our carbon […]
Right now, a lot of us are stuck inside our homes and may turn online more often than usual. It’s an anxious and scary time for everyone, which makes it all the easier to feel like we should treat ourselves through online purchases and deliveries. Or perhaps online shopping is helping you distract yourself from the current situation? Whatever the case, take a deep breath and… wait. Stay that hand. For at least 72 hours, try to think of other things.
In a world of endless consumerism and convenience, it can be more than a little daunting to imagine a life creating little to no waste. The zero-waste movement has come more to the surface of people’s awareness in the last couple of years, with front runners like Zero-Waste Chef leading the way through compassion and […]